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Coalition condemns attacks on Nigerian media houses, journalists

THE Coalition of Whistleblower Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF) has condemned  the growing trend of attacks on journalists and media houses which have published...

Nigeria’s stock market gains N5bn after six days of losses

NIGERIA'S stock market gained N5 billion on Tuesday after incurring losses for straight six days. The market rose slightly by 0.022 per cent, with the...

INEC declares Anambra governorship election inconclusive

THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared Anambra governorship election inconclusive due to non-election in Ihiala Local Government Area on November 6 and...
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Heritage Bank fails to provide update on Andy Uba’s debt

HERITAGE BANK has failed to provide an update on the debt owed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in November 6 Anambra State...

Policy inconsistency of CBN undermines foreign exchange supply – DG, Lagos Chamber

CHINYERE Almona is the newly appointed director-general of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the oldest chamber of commerce in West Africa, with...

DHQ reacts to alleged killing of 20 fishermen by military air strike

DEFENCE Headquarters (DHQ) said it confirmed the presence of members of the Islamic West African Province (ISWAP) before carrying out an air strike that...
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Nigeria nears debt trap as Buhari fails to plug wastes, explore alternative funding options

NIGERIA'S President Muhammadu Buhari has accumulated huge debts in the last six years, but he has failed to plug wastes in several corners of...

Under Kyari and Dikko, Port Harcourt refinery makes zero revenue, employs 487 new staff, pays N23bn salary in 2020

MANAGERS of Port Harcourt Refinery Company (PHRC) have demonstrated that they are incapable of making good financial decisions, as shown by the 2020 financial...

Multiple taxation, port gridlocks, over-regulation hurting manufacturing companies – CEOs

THREE hundred and eighty out of 400 chief executive officers (CEOs) of manufacturing companies in Nigeria say multiple taxation and over-regulation are hurting the...
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